Foundations in Internal Auditing ~ Masterclass
Unlock the Potential of Your Internal Audit Team
There is a lot of confusion when it comes to Internal Audits, and therefore responsibility usually falls on the QA's shoulders alone. Other team members often aren't involved because of complicated audit processes they don't understand.
In this online course, you can get back to the underlying principles of Internal Audits. You will be able to perform audits as a team and make them impactful!
Through video lessons, case studies and practical tools, you will learn how to develop a fully functional Internal Audit program that improves your food safety programs, involves your team and helps you run a tight ship.
Take Your Internal Audits From Painful to Productive!
Each Monthly Module Includes:
One hour lessons, easy to digest, accessible on-demand 24/7
Q&A check-in at the end of each month with industry experts and trainers
Practical exercises to take learnings to the plant and "flex the muscle"
Tools and templates to provide a head start when implementing in your own facility
Access to a private online community to share experiences and gain peer support
Why a MasterClass?
In today’s fast-paced environment, with plant operations becoming more and more complicated every day, it's important for management teams to have a solid Internal Audit program in place. Through experience helping real people in real plants, we realized going back to the basics is key to gaining control of programs, processes, and external audits. This Masterclass simplifies the complexity of food safety compliance through practical, actionable and easy-to-understand steps. It's designed as a framework to enable you to gain the knowledge and skills to internally audit your programs as a team effectively and ensure you are food safe every day!
As a Result of This Course, You'll Be Able To:
Understand how to simplify audit processes
Build a simple Audit Program that meets every GFSI standard
Put an end to the stressful, wasteful "boom & bust" cycle
Understand how to share the load with your team
Have documents aligned with reality, and that people understand
Communicate clearly with your team using a common vocabulary
Explain and defend your programs to an external auditor
|Writing an Audit Plan|
|Corrective Action & Root Cause Analysis|
|The Audit Program|